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Feb 2, 2012 6:00pm PST
's amazing? jonah hill doesn't talk in that entire movie. just sits there blinking. please welcome to the program, brad pitt n! ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers ) >> jon: can i tell you something funny? they never get tired of seeing me. it's weird. they never get-- it's the-- every time we come back from commercial, it's that. >> i'm having the same reaction. >> jon: isn't it hard sometimes? >> very. >> jon: how are you doing? nice to see you. >> doing all right, doing all right, thanks. >> jon: this "moneyball." you have two films nominated for best picture, yes. >> yes, this and "tree of life." >> jon: but you are nominated as an actor in "moneyball." >> that's correct. >> jon: so we can talk about "moneyball" and not "tree of life" because i don't know what it was about. i've seen it five times and i'm honing in on what it is about. >> let's do "moneyball." >> jon: this movie was not going to be made. what made you stay with us? >> we developed-- to develop a story that has economics and science, saber metrics at the front, is a difficult endeavor
Feb 3, 2012 2:00am EST
. jonah goldberg wrote, the underemphasized dynamic in this race isn't that romney isn't conservative enough. it's that he's not a good enough politician. he may be the most electable on paper, but every time he seems to get into his groove and pull away, he says things that make people think he doesn't know how to play the game." that's pretty cynical but he made his point. "the wall street journal" wrote "like twain said of wagner's music, mr. romney is better than he sounds." on the conservative blog red state, eric erickson wrote, i'm not sure i'll waste my time defending romney in a general election. sure, i'll vote for him, but i think i'll focus on house and senate races so when the buyer's remorse sets in on those who did back romney were not completely screwed down the ballot. this doesn't surprise me from him. he's pretty far over. >> here's the thinking among those people. they are thinking, we don't love mitt romney. okay. he's a massachusetts moderate. he's trying to make himself a conservative. but if we're going to take him, let's at least have a good politician. let's
Feb 3, 2012 3:00pm PST
called it the most idiotic thing a politician has ever said. jonah goldberg writes, what is wrong with this guy? these are republicans. we won't even get to the democrats and independents. how does he -- how do you become the nominee, which most people feel he will be, and you have this kind of open guess youfg and your statements and your strategy, steve. >> what erin is saying is true. he's got the republicans upset because they like to play -- they like to bash the democrats for class warfare. the reason romney got himself into this this week and why this has been an ongoing problem. he's been aware and his campaign has been aware, running as the nominee of the republican party, which no matter who the republicans nominate, the democrats will paint the republicans as the servants of the top 1%. for romney to have that roll, his campaign has been aware for some time. he's so closely associated with the top 1%. he exudes top 1 percentness. he's come up with this platform. he's broken with the republicans where he feels he can on a lot of these economic issues. gingrich wants to e
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